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    jfg posted a new Bug Report, “Fire periodically and OS Monterey on ARM Mac

    Fire periodically and OS Monterey on ARM Mac

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    Status: 

    Vuo version: 

    Fixed in Vuo version: 

    OS version: 

    • macOS 12

    CPU architecture: 

    Apple Silicon (M1/ARM64)

    How severely does this bug affect you?: 

    ●●●○ — It prevents me from completing a specific task with Vuo.

    Steps causing the bug to occur: 

    1. I take the demo patch "Show Web Page"
    2. add the node Fire Periodically (input seconds 0,07)
    3. Connect to Re-render
    4. On my old computer (2012) with Mojave it runs perfectly. I can see the animations/movies on my website
    5. But not on my M1 MacBook Pro with Monterey. The website loads but after a short time the animation/movie get black,

    Have you been able to reproduce the problem?: 

    ●●● — Yes, the problem occurs consistently when I follow the steps above

    Have you found a workaround?: 

    no

    Other notes: 

    please mail me an answer

    Crash reports: 

    AttachmentSize
    Package icon Show Web Page.vuo.zip1.3 KB
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    jfg commented on Paul's Bug Report, “Quit button disabled

    I have two Quit Vuo in the menus: one disabled, the other enabled ??????!! See the attached pictures

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    It is what I had written. In script-editor it works correctly but not in Vuo node "execute shell command" and I can't find anywhere the correct notation for this node. I have tried:

    `#!/usr/bin/osascript
    tell application "System Events" to keystroke "r" using {option down, command down}`
    

    but it doesn't run.

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    How to send keystrokes from Vuo with Applescript?

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    When I use this script with applescript it works perfect:

    tell application "System Events" to keystroke "r" using {option down, command down}
    

    With execute shell command I use:

    #!/usr/bin/osascript
    tell application "System Events" to keystroke "r" using {option down, command down}
    

    and nothing happens. on the output I get (see picture)

    What am I making wrong? It is possible to send a keystroke from VUO ? thanks

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